Hey T.O. Come Back to the Real World

Guess who has joined the reality show boom?

AP is reporting:

DALLAS — Terrell Owens hopes to score with a new cable reality show. 

The Dallas Cowboys’ controversial wide receiver will star in his own show on VH1 this summer, giving fans a look into his life off the field.

VH1 announced Monday that the series takes place in the offseason, and T.O.’s best friends and publicists — Monique Jackson and Kita Williams — will help him re-examine his personal life. The two will work as “matchmakers and therapists” for Owens.

Owens, who caught 69 passes for 1,052 yards and 10 touchdowns this season, was prominently featured on HBO’s “Hard Knocks” that tracked the Cowboys in training camp last year.

Please wake me up when all of this is over. First Michael Irvin, now Terrell Owens? Can we not focus on football? I am just beyond words right now.

I miss my team, please someone let me know when they come back to reality.

  1. martin Dominguez
    martin Dominguez says:

    Man! I hate all this attention we get. I love my team so much, but crap like this turns them into Americas Joke! Jerry, please put a stop to the circus and lets win a Championship!

  2. Cowboy Bill
    Cowboy Bill says:

    Boy oh boy, it just keeps getting better. It really is hard to believe that any player on this team would even WANT to do anything other than focus on football after the season we all just witnessed.
    Agents, publicists, assistants…sigh. The job of a publicist is to get you publicity. Right? I’ve had it. This guy’s gotta go. I’m sorry but enough is enough. But he won’t go. Why? JJ has over 8 million reasons why to get one more season out of him That’s why. $$

  3. Riggs
    Riggs says:

    Why does everyone “famous” have to have a show? Its lame! Boo but I still like T.O regardless! COWBOYS RULE!
    ps. all reality shows suck, so im sure this will, no pun, 😉

  4. Nate
    Nate says:

    with all this reality show, you tube, firings and hirings, blah blah blah…it really gets me down…i have to remember that my beloved cowboys are like my children whom i love unconditionally…they will break my heart (over and over), they wont listen to most of what i say and will repeat their mistakes…i only have one child by the way…teenager…any parents of teenagers out there can relate im sure…